At the end of this RedState post there is a complete list of Romney’s foreign policy advisors. Apparently, a partial list was published, but the Romney campaign complained that the full list was not public. I am struck by something. I don’t know where most of these people are on 08, but it included:

Henry A. Kissinger, Former Secretary of State

Ummm. Isn’t Kissinger on McCain’s Finance Committee? That’s what Hotline says… Hotline points out that:

A side note: recall that Gov. Mitt Romney’s aides, when discussing their candidate’s foreign policy education, let it be known that Romney had spent time with Kissinger.

That doesn’t seem very honest to me.

Update I: A Victor Hanson source says that they have not endorsed Romney, but that they have met with him. Sounds like "spending time" to me.

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